From 2007 to 2012, Aline Forçain pursued her artistic education at various art academies and universities in Europe in Toulouse, Brussels and Madrid. Thanks to this multi-faceted training, she decompartmentalizes her artistic practice by opening a field of possibilities on contemporary creation. Her art is mainly based on drawing, painting, engraving and photography.

Coming from an agricultural background, she is interested in the relationship we have with nature and questions our cultural representations. In particular, she creates graphic landscapes, on the edge of figuration and abstraction, in which her creative gestures engage temporalities inspired by natural rhythms. Her artistic research is therefore oriented towards an aesthetic of time in relation to our environment and our human condition. She also seeks to transmit a vibratory frequency through the accumulation of detail and through colour, to share emotions of a sensitive or spiritual nature. She draws further inspiration from literature, philosophy and "popular beliefs". Caravaggio, Francisco de Goya, Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, Hilma af Klint, Augustin Lesage, Mark Rothko and Wolgang Laib are her main influences.

Since 2010 she has participated in artist residencies and group exhibitions in Europe. In 2016, she completed a public commission for the institution of the CERCLE CITÉ LUXEMBOURG and in 2019 the gallery of NOSBAUM REDING PROJECTS organised her first personal exhibition. In 2020 she was selected for the European residency by KULT XL ATELIERS in Brussels. To carry out her residency project she obtained three grants from the Luxemburg Ministry of Culture and the Summer Foundation. In a collaborative approach, she invited Sybille Deligne to participate as a duo in her end-of-residency exhibition. Aline Forçain is currently exhibiting at the ART ET MARGES MUSEUM in Brussels and has been invited to the residency programme of the